12 sept. 2012, 15h57m par AliGuz
18 mars 2012, 18h14m par Toukey1. What are you listening to right now?
Sæglópur by Sigur Rós.
2. What song makes you sad?
A lot do. Illusion by VNV Nation, Limbo by Ludovico Einaudi, Wait by M83, Stay With Me by Clint Mansell... I have a playlist for songs like this. (click)
3. What is the most annoying song in the world?
I Gotta Feeling by Black Eyed Peas.
4. Your all-time favourite band?
5. Your newly discovered band is?
6. Best female voice?
Tarja Turunen and Susanne Sundfør.
7. Best male voice?
8. Genre you find yourself listening to most?
Indie, electronic, synthpop and post-rock.
9. To hype you up, what do you listen to?
There are five songs in particular; Steve McQueen by M83, One (Always Hardcore) by Scooter, Spirit Never Die by Masterplan, Young Blood by The Naked and Famous and Blood by The Middle East.
10. What do you listen to when you want to calm down?
11. Last gig, concert or festival you went to?
4 jan. 2012, 0h49m par conbotdilnor16Aye, so I had a few hours to kill of a Tuesday evening, so decided to chuck my favourite musical releases of 2011 into this here journal. I'm not going to list it chartstyle, but in alphabetical order, so here's 50 albums and 10 EPs I enjoyed from 2011, a year rich in quality music, in my opinion. If you happen to have a look at this and think there's an album I might enjoy based on what I've posted, feel free to give me a heads up.
All Pigs Must Die - God Is War
Favourite track: Sadistic Vindicator
Ampere - Like Shadows
Favourite track: Tiny Victories
The Antlers - Burst Apart
Favourite track: No Widows
Arms and Sleepers - The Organ Hearts
Favourite track: Airport Blues
Björk - Biophilia
Favourite track: Mutual Core
26 déc. 2011, 3h49m par Punk-FictionAlbums of 2011
50 – 41
Laura Marling - A Creature I Don't Know
It's not very often that I hear an artist and I genuinely become excited for their own future. Laura Marling is one of those rare artists that I will probably listen to absolutely anything she releases from now on based solely on this album, not even counting her previous efforts which were fantastic at worst.
Heck, this girl is hardly older than I am. She was a member of Noah and the Whale and I already like this album more than anything that they've ever released. And she's pretty much cranking out quality music at an alarming rate right now, this being her third release in four years. Normally I would be completely against an artist cranking more than two albums in five years…
26 déc. 2011, 2h34m par franz58Bir Aralık sonunda daha yılı gözden geçirdiğimiz bu yazıya geldik. Karşınızda, tamamen şahsi zevklerime dayalı olarak, 2011 in en iyi 10 albümü..
10. Strange Mercy - St. Vincent (4AD)
Strange Mercy Dallas asıllı Annie Clarke'ın St. Vincent adı altında çıkardığı 3. albüm. 2009'un Actor üne kıyasla daha büyük oynayan ve geleneksel pop sınırlarını zorlayan bir çalışma. Clarke'ın o çok sevdiği kalın gitarları, sarkastik gözlemleri ve bir nevi teatral müzikalitesi değişmeyen güçleri. Daha önceki işlerinde 'Marrow' ve 'Your Lips Are Red' gibi şarkılarda eletronik öğelerle daha endüstriyel bir pop tarzına olan ilgisini bizlere sunan Clarke bu albümle tamamen böyle bir alana adım atıyor. Bunu ilk iki albümdeki 1950-60 ların üflemelilerle süslü Amerikan pop una gösterdiği yakınlığı taşıyarak yapması ortaya oldukça ilginç bir sonuç çıkartıyor. Bayan vokal/söz yazarı klasmanının da yükselen bir değeri olduğunun altını kalın bir şekilde çizen St. …
16 oct. 2011, 2h45m par ThimburdM83 - Hurry Up, We're Dreaming 9+/10
1. Intro 10/10
2. Midnight City 7/10
3. Reunion 8/10
4. Where the Boats Go 5/10
5. Wait 10/10
6. Raconte Moi Une Histoire 9/10
7. A Train To Pluton 3/10
8. Claudia Lewis 7/10
9. This Bright Flash 9/10
10. When Will You Come Home? 6/10
11. Soon, My Friend 9/10
1. Mirror 9/10
1. My Tears Are Becoming a Sea 10/10
2. New Map 6/10
3. OK Pal 2/10 :(
4. Another Wave from You 7/10
5. Splendor 9/10
6. Year One, One UFO 6/10
7. Fountains 5/10
8. Steve McQueen 2/10 :(
9. Echoes of Mine 9/10
10. Klaus I Love You 4/10
11. Outro 10/10
Other M83 albums:
Before the Dawn Heals Us 10/10
Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts 9/10
Digital Shades Vol.1 8/10
Saturdays = Youth 6/10
8 sept. 2011, 12h24m par ofLogichttp://img825.imageshack.us/img825/5637/m83o.jpg
I'm not glad that this double album from Anthony Gonzalez, who spent the better part of three years working on new album, has leaked on the internet. The new M83 album sounds incredible, so i will definitely buy LP.
1. M83 - Intro (ft Zola Jesus) (5:17)
2. M83 - Midnight City (4:02)
3. M83 - Reunion (3:58)
4. M83 - Where the Boats Go (1:43)
5. M83 - Wait (5:42)
6. M83 - Raconte-moi une histoire (4:07)
7. M83 - Train to Pluton (1:16)
8. M83 - Claudia Lewis (4:33)
9. M83 - This Bright Flash (2:21)
10. M83 - When Will You Come Home ? (1:26)
11. M83 - Soon, My Friend (3:15)
12. M83 - My Tears Are Becoming a Sea (2:31)
13. M83 - New Map (4:21)
14. M83 - OK Pal (3:58)
15. M83 - Another Wave from You (1:55)
16. M83 - Splendor (5:06)
17. M83 - Year One, One UFO (3:21)
18. M83 - Fountains (1:19)
19. M83 - Steve McQueen (3:49)
20. M83 - Echoes of Mine (3:38)
21. M83 - Klaus I Love You (1:49)
22. M83 - Outro (2:59)
25 jui. 2011, 21h24m par friday55Oh boy, 2011 has been a problematic year as far as choosing favourite albums was concerned. There seemed to be two themes to the year, for me. The first was that there was a lot of good music but very little great music. The traditional autumn surge of brilliant albums never really materialized and plenty were slightly disappointing, or impenetrable, or both (such as Björk’s effort). The second theme was an increasing tendency for retro sounds. Apart from a handful of electronic albums that weren’t actually good enough to be in my favourites, there was little music that didn’t strongly reference a previous musical period. This is not a criticism; retro influences can produce brilliant music, and many of the albums in my top 10 did this, but it does make picking out the innovative a difficult task. M83, Destroyer and Rustie, in particular, took imitation to the limits and all three just managed to steer clear of pastiche.
20. Biosphere - N-Plants
18 mai 2011, 18h48m par AartmusicThis is my evolution of music. Since June 2004 I'm listening to music. I've collected the best hits for each year. Every beginning of June I start with a new music year. The list is in order of time.
Year I: 2004 - 2005
Best Artist: Usher
Best Song: Usher - U Remind Me
Best Album: Usher - Confessions
01. Usher - U Remind Me
02. Nelly Furtado - Try
03. Eamon - Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)
04. The Corrs - Summer Sunshine
05. Keane - Somewhere Only We Know
06. Counting Crows & Bløf - Holiday in Spain
07. Hoobastank - The Reason
08. Intwine - Cruel Man
09. Benassi Bros. - Hit My Heart
10. Lenny Kravitz - Calling All Angels
11. U2 - Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
12. Reflekt - Need To Feel Loved
13. Mocky - Catch a Moment in Time
14. Marco Borsato - Opa
15. Maroon 5 - Must Get Out
16. Daniel Powter - Bad Day
17. Coldplay - Speed of Sound
18. Akcent - Kylie
Year II: 2005 - 2006